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Reviews of Books with 298 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 298 pages.

Book Review

The Lottery Game

by Eileen Gonzalez

Poignant observations on aging punctuate the novel "The Lottery Game", in which good intentions lead to disaster. A mild-mannered retiree takes the fall in a tax evasion scheme in Gerard Shirar’s mystery novel "The Lottery Game". After... Read More

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Seat of Truth

by Edith Wairimu

In the intriguing novel "Seat of Truth", a recently deceased man learns about the machinations of the devil on Earth. Ezechias Domexa’s Christian fantasy "Seat of Truth" reimagines what heaven is like through the experiences of a man... Read More

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Cassandra's Eye

by Susan Waggoner

An evocative novel set in 1969’s counterculture, Cassandra’s Eye focuses on the almost-grown daughter of intransigent bohemian parents. In Portland, Maine, Shanti is caught between her parents’ heedless lifestyle, her desire to... Read More

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Beer and Gasoline

by Jeremiah Rood

"Beer and Gasoline" is a fun Cold War mystery that cruises through the desert with some old-school spies. John Knoerle’s engaging historical mystery "Beer and Gasoline" blends 1960s Cold War spying and western counterculture. The novel... Read More

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No Straight Thing

by John M. Murray

Ultimately heartwarming despite its macabre circumstances, "No Straight Thing" is an engrossing historical mystery. In F. Nelson Smith’s character-driven novel, "No Straight Thing", a murder mystery connects a war veteran and a young... Read More

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Me & Mario

by Joseph S. Pete

Me and Mario is a thoughtful and intimate memoir about life with a famous writer. Carol Gino’s engaging memoir Me and Mario dishes on the details of the bestselling author’s longtime romantic relationship with Mario Puzo, who wrote... Read More

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Wake Up and Roar

by Kristine Morris

Papaji’s teachings shine a light on barriers to enlightenment and encourage leaping beyond them. "Wake Up and Roar" is Eli Jaxon-Bear’s compilation of the teachings of Sri H. W. L. Poonja instructions on shattering illusions,... Read More

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Legends of the Grail

by Tia Smith

A unique, colorful take on Celtic myths, "Legends of the Grail" is a work of both self-exploration and religious discovery. Ayn Cates Sullivan’s "Legends of the Grail" is an in-depth, spiritual exploration of Celtic folklore and the... Read More

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